The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is the biggest franchise reboot of the last 20 years, but its sequel is still shaping up to be a much-needed reboot of its predecessors.
It’s also one that has to grapple with the fact that the last three entries in the series haven’t been good enough.
It has to be said that Breath of The Wild is still a big game, a sprawling game, and that it’s still very much a game for those who enjoy a bit of nostalgia.
But with its big and sweeping changes and many of its gameplay mechanics, A Link to the Past and Breath of New Game+ can feel more like a modern entry in the franchise than it actually is.
While it’s certainly a big jump in terms of scope and scale, its still got its big strengths and big strengths still.
This is especially true when you look at the core mechanics that Link must learn in A Link To The Past, where he must learn all of the game’s side quests and its main quest.
It feels like the series is going back to its roots, but it’s also a game that’s still going to be fun to play.
It still has its problems, but if the developers are able to craft a Zelda game that feels like a big, open-world Zelda game, the next entry in The Legend series will have a chance.
You can read more about the Breath of Wild review and its major gameplay changes in IGN’s latest issue.